As an adult, her life begins to turn from mediocre to amazing when she is saved by cool, artistic Adrian. The kind of happiness once reserved only for others is finally hers, until pieces of the past begin ruining what seems to be a perfect life.
The book goes back and forth from present time with her husband and then back to the past with her family growing up. She is like a shadow. Her parents adore her siblings, but don't pay much attention to her. It is, also, the same way with her husband. He is a popular artist and she is just at his side. I can certainly relate to some of that. My parents are always praising my older siblings and I have never been quite as good as them.
The book was overall okay for me. Some of the chapters about her past were slow moving and I just wanted to get back to the fast moving storyline of her present life. I was also left with so many questions at the end of the book. The ending was surprising, but I was left wanting so much more. I thought maybe there's a second book and then the last chapter proved that there wouldn't be.
It is definitely a book worth reading and I would recommend this author to other readers.